If you’re at all interested in cryptocurrencies and blockchain then I’d highly recommend giving EOS a look…

EOS aims to become no less than a global operating system – doing the same thing for blockchain technology that Windows did for personal computing: allowing developers to easily build apps on top of it that regular people can use.

EOS has an incredibly intelligent inbuilt economy that makes it almost free to use both for running applications like marketplaces and social networks (Ebay, Amazon, Facebook, etc.), or even regular websites, as well as for sending and receiving money (eliminating the need for banks.)

Because of its open source nature and fee-less economy, a platform like EOS even opens up future possibilities to run entirely decentralized applications – think of a ride sharing app that instead of being owned by a dodgy company like Uber isn’t actually owned by anyone but is instead built and worked on by thousands of developers around the world in the same way thousands of people work on Wikipedia…. And the money is given straight from the rider to the driver with no middle man…

Given the fact that the creator of EOS, Dan Larimer, is someone who has spent the last 12 or more years of his life dedicated to blockchain technology and has already built two successful blockchain platforms (Bitshares and Steem) there is a high likelihood that this project will come to fruition in the near future (July release date) and change the way the whole internet itself works…

And for those worried about the environmental impacts of a currency like Bitcoin – EOS uses an entirely different protocol which is no worse for the environment than a regular data centre..

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